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Alfa Romeo Sprint Zagato
Alfa Romeo SZ. The Sprint Zagato was a collaboration between Alfa Romeo, Fiat and Zagato on a base of an Alfa 75 with 2959cc V6 engine. Design is credited to Robert Opron (Citroen DS, Citroen GS, Citroen CX, Citroen SM, Renault Fuego, Renault 25)

 

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Alfa Romeo SZ. ' Sprint Zagato' badge
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Alfa Romeo SZ - badge on wing.
Alfa Romeo SZ front
Alfa Romeo SZ. The Sprint Zagato was a collaboration between Alfa Romeo, Fiat and Zagato on a base of an Alfa 75 with 2959cc V6 engine. Design is credited to Robert Opron and Antonio Castellana and the car debuted at the 1989 Geneva Motor Show. 1000 SZ cars were sold and 284 RZ convertibles.
Alfa Romeo SZ rear
Alfa Romeo SZ. One of the ugliest cars ever exhibited, this extraordinary Zagato design was an instant hit, though not very well endowed with its Alfa 75 chassis.
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Alfa Romeo SZ. Six headlamps! The last car design to feature 6 headlamps was also by Robert Opron ; it was the Citroen SM
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Alfa Romeo SZ. The SZ 'Sprint Zagato' was designed by Robert Opron (Citroen DS, Citroen GS, Citroen CX, Citroen SM, Renault Fuego, Renault 25) and Antonio Castellana and exhibited at the 1989 Geneva Salon. It was subsequently built until 1991 based principally on Alfa Romeo 75 underpinnings. 284 were sold.
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Designer: Robert Opron
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Carrozzeria Zagato
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